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SL-86SPE-L Motherboard manual and / or bios jumper settings required.

Require a manual for bios and jumper settings for a CPU upgrade to a 3.0 gig prescott..
Bios is currently version 1.5, (ver 1.4 and above supposedly supports prescott CPU's up to 3.0 gig according to there bios blurb)
Just need to know what settings are required to get the CPU to boot.
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Load fail safe defaults from CMOS/ deseabled the CMOS.
OR press F5 when booting & continue.

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This took ages to find... and EVEN LONGER to download, it felt like I was on pre-pre-pre-pre-56kbps era.

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Soltek SL-86SPE/SL-86SPE-L BIOS AM1.5L. Included:
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Hope it helps. Rate me. Thanks.

.:: Cyberneticus ::.

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